This interactive Fill-In Filmography wall art is now 25% off ahead of release

Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest deals and more. Sign-up for our newsletters and have our best offers delivered to your inbox daily. Pop Chart is the maker of some amazing pop culture-focused wall art. From Marvel characters to coffee infographics and art that depicts the NYC subway system, there’s little bit of something for everyone. The company is now introducing its new Fill-In Filmography print at $40. It is essentially a pretty list of big movies by genre with an interesting interactive element to it. And the code below will knock 25% off too. The new Pop Chart Fill-In Filmography art is “fully customizable to reflect your personal tastes.” You can grab a pencil and fill in next to each film to mark it as “Loved It,” “Liked It,” or merely “Watched It.” ” It is now up for pre-order with a July 29th shipping date at $40. But if you use code TWOTHUMBSUP at checkout, your total will drop down to $30. Shipping is free in orders over $50, but this code will also work on the frame and hardware options too (found on the listing page), in which case you will receive free shipping. While you’re busy filling out your new movie art, keep the kids entertained with this Cr...

It’s a great time to be a hobbyist. No matter how you feel about the Arduino/Raspberry

It’s a great time to be a hobbyist. No matter how you feel about the Arduino/Raspberry Pi effect, the influx of general enthusiasm and demand it has created translates to better availability of components, a broader community, and loads of freely available knowledge. When people have access to knowledge and ideas, great things can happen. Tools that were once restricted to industrial use become open source, and the price of entry-level versions goes into a nosedive. As we’ve seen over the last several years, the price of cheap 3D printers keeps falling while the bar of quality keeps rising. It’s happening with laser cutters and carving tools, too. Strolling through Microcenter a few weeks ago, I spotted a new toy on the back wall next to the 3D printers. It was LinkSprite’s desktop mini CNC. They didn’t have one out on display, but there were two of them in boxes on the shelf. And boy, those boxes were small. Laughably small. I wondered, could this adorable machine really be any good? To some, the $200 price tag suggests otherwise. To me, the price tag made it justifiable, especially considering that the next price point for a hobby CNC mill is at least twice as much. I took my ...